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S01E09 - The Importance of Seeing a Clients Innocence [Part 9 of 13]

By Rhonda Britten

There’s nothing more frustrating to me than hearing a coach talk about their ‘resistant client’ or ‘difficult client.’ There’s no such thing. Here’s the truth: Your client isn’t purposely sabotaging themselves, your client isn't purposely resisting, your client isn't purposely doing anything. They're not purposely wrecking their lives, they're not purposely not trusting themselves, they're not purposely making bad choices. When you know that in your heart and live it in your being, your coaching will change forever. Oh and so will your life. Seeing innocence is THAT important. That’s why today line nine of the Master Coach Manifesto is so critical: "A Master Coach speaks to their client's innocence, creating safety and deep healing, allowing their client to trust themselves again." Highlights you don’t want to miss: 4:44 You are not the solution to your client’s problem 9:37 Roleplay: Your client is not purposely sabotaging themselves, here’s what to say… 10:10 Do not coach to urgency here’s why 10:50 There’s no such thing as wasted time 14:52 You’re client wants you to buy into their view of themselves, do this instead 18:28 Coaching Tip of the Day: “Your ability to live in the unknown equals your ability to be free.” – Rhonda Britten 19:58 “Fear can be a great motivator, but it will never let you be satisfied." – Rhonda Britten 20:16 Question of the Day: "If a client goes off on a rant and starts to get defensive, what do you suggest doing? Acknowledging it, ignoring it? How do I not get in my client's stuff?" *** P.S. Grab your Free Fearbuster Coaching™ Toolkit at http://bit.ly/2kNP1um   #mastercoachmindset #rhondabritten #fearlessliving #lifecoach #FLICoaches ***

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